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Description

In this workshop, Prof. Saldaña will cover the fundamentals of qualitative coding and specifically explore coding with In Vivo. The workshop will take 2 hours to complete, learners will earn 0.2 CEUs for completing this course. 

Objectives

Learning objectives:

  • Understand qualitative coding methods and techniques
  • Understand NVivo application for qualitative analysis
  • Apply qualitative methods to public health practice

Competencies

Domain and tier alignments

  • 1A4. Uses information technology in accessing, collecting, analyzing, using, maintaining, and disseminating data and information
  • 1A2. Identifies quantitative and qualitative data and information (e.g., vital statistics, electronic health records, transportation patterns, unemployment rates, community input, health equity impact assessments) that can be used for assessing the health of a community
  • 1A9. Describes public health applications of quantitative and qualitative data
  • 1A14. Describes how evidence (e.g., data, findings reported in peer-reviewed literature) is used in decision making

Continuing Education Units

Please note that these trainings may offer different types of continuing education credits. This Learner Portal may not calculate the correct number of continuing education credits. Please refer to the Continuing Education Credits section of your course site after registration for the correct information.

Learners are eligible to receive up to 0.2 CEUs or 2.0 (60 minute) contact hours or 2 CPH Recertification credits.

Contact & Questions

For questions regarding course registration, materials, and content, please email cpheo@umn.edu.

For questions regarding system access, log-in, username, or password, please email help@umn.edu or call 612-301-4357.

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Section Title
The Learning Lab: Introduction to Coding Techniques
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 31, 2023
Delivery Options
Self Paced Online  
Course Fee(s)
No fee non-credit $0.00
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